UPCPMT Preparation



I just want to know that will reading NCERT help me in my UPCPMT exam or not?

I can not understand UPCPMT Syllabus. Where can i get that syllabus in English?


NCERT is good for all Engineering & Medical Entrance Exams. Also students refer it for competitive examinations.

I have given overview of UPCPMT syllabus below for your reference.


  • Unit-I Cell: structure and function
  • Unit-II Diversity in plants
  • Unit-III Structural composition of plants
  • Unit-IV Plant physiology and genetics
  • Unit-V Ecology and Environment
  • Unit-VI Improvement in food production


  • Unit-I Some basic concepts of chemistry
  • Unit-II Atomic structure
  • Unit-III Classification of elements and attributes of recurrence
  • Unit-IV Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
  • Unit-V States of matter – gas and liquid
  • -VI Oxidation reduction reactions
  • Unit-VII Electrochemistry
  • Unit VIII Theory & Process of extraction of elements
  • Unit IX Hydrogen
  • Unit X S- Block Elements (Alkali and alkaline earth metals)
  • Unit XI P- Block Elements
  • Unit XII d & F- Block Elements
  • Unit XIII Co-ordination Compounds
  • Unit XIV Environmental Chemistry


  • Unit I Solid-State
  • Unit II Fusion
  • Unit III Thermodynamics
  • Unit IV Chemical equilibrium
  • Unit V Chemical kinetics
  • Unit VI Home Chemistry
  • Unit VII Organic chemicals – some basic principles and techniques
  • Unit VIII Hydrocarbon
  • Unit IX Haloalken and Haloaerin
  • Unit X Alcohol, Phenyl & Ether
  • Unit XI Aldehyde, Ketone & Carboxylic Acid
  • Unit XII Nitrogen-containing organic compounds
  • Unit XIII Organic Molecules
  • Unit XIV Polymer
  • Unit XV Chemistry in everyday life


  • Unit I Physical world and Measurement
  • Unit II Pure dynamics
  • Unit III Laws of motion
  • Unit IV Work, Energy & Power
  • Unit V Rigid body and motion of the particles
  • Unit VI Gravity
  • Unit VII Physical properties of matter
  • Unit VIII Thermodynamics
  • Unit X Oscillations and Waves


  • Unit I The diversity of the living world
  • Unit II Structural composition of animals
  • Unit III Human physiology
  • Unit IV Genetics and Development
  • Unit V Biotechnology and its Applications
  • Unit VI Biology and human welfare
  • Unit VII Biodiversity and Conservation

Please note that it is only indicative syllabus.